Motor-ready actuator assemblies

AutomationDirect's SureMotion and LAVL motor-ready actuator assemblies and sliding components and accessories are designed to provide motion control solutions for X-Y and X-Y-Z positioning systems.

03/31/2016


AutomationDirect's SureMotion and LAVL motor-ready actuator assemblies and sliding components and accessories are designed to provide motion control solutions for X-Y and X-Y-Z positioning systems. Courtesy: AutomationDirectAutomationDirect's SureMotion and LAVL motor-ready actuator assemblies and sliding components and accessories are designed to provide a wide variety of motion control solutions for X-Y and X-Y-Z positioning systems. Twin round-shaft slide actuators feature a continuously-supported round rail slide with ball screw actuation and provide robust precision linear motion. Models are available with 12- and 24-in. travel distances and are designed for positioning systems and heavy loads. Compact slide actuators are self-contained and designed for light loads in harsh or wet conditions in a very small package. The units also feature a stainless steel lead screw embedded in a hard-coated aluminum shaft specially machined to match sliding elements.

LAVL series value linear slide actuators are designed to fit NEMA 17 size motors. Units are constructed with hard-coated aluminum guide shafts and a stainless steel lead screw; this versatile unit can be mounted horizontally, vertically, or inverted without loss of load capacity. Ideal for X-Y-Z- positioning systems in harsh or wet environments, LAVL series value linear actuators are available with travel distances ranging from 6- to 24 in-. Round-shaft sliding elements can be combined with other elements to build a huge variety of machine mechanisms.

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